Industrial Interior Design

Industrial Interior Design

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Industrial interior design focuses on combining raw textures and materials, to create an almost unfinished look. This style involves using neutral tones, utilitarian objects, and wood and metal surfaces. "Smooth concrete, bare brick, raw wood – industrial textures add edge to modern décor." Life.Style.Etc


This 'warehouse look' combines a true industrial feel with a range of other styles, from the earthy to the polished. People are getting more experimental with their interior design meaning this look is no longer just for 'unfinished' spaces. Many design enthusiasts are incorporating industrial style into their homes through features such as stainless steel surfaces, metal light fixtures and vintage furniture.


"Every aspect of Industrial interior design matters.  So what does that mean?  Simply that this concept is based largely upon the space being honest with it's components i.e. everything from the construction to the selected furniture and items are boldly on display. More or less every man-made object around you is the result of an industrial designers skill and talent whither it be a table or useable gadget like a food mixer." Interior Designipedia provide a great insight into this trend as well as tips about how to achieve this contemporary look.


A selection of our HD tiles would work well to incorporate this trend into your interior design scheme. They emulate the look of the real thing, without expensive installation and maintenance costs.

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